byMilne, Courtney; University of Guelph. Centre for Educational Disabilities
Based on the thesis that most reading problems among children stem from lack of motivation, this film describes many techniques being employed to give children the desire to read Topics: Reading (Elementary), Reading (Elementary)
Unstaged record of a combined first and second grade liberal open classroom where reading is taught by capitalizing on the children's own significant experiences. The students relive the experiences in words and see the words in written symbols Topics: Reading, Reading (Elementary), Reading, Reading (Elementary)
"A video that introduces and explains the fundamentals of multiplication, with Lorraine Bryant." -- description from box. Topics: vhs, multiplication, arithmetic, elementary Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Reading experts examine ways of measuring reading skills development through various methods such as standardized tests Topics: Reading comprehension, Educational tests and measurements, Reading (Elementary), Educational tests...
Photographed in regular kindergarten, first-, second-, third-, and sixth-grade classes. Shows teachers using the language experience approach to help children extend language skills Summary Depicts classroom scenes designed to assist teachers interested i./ia metadata readingthelanguageexpn. Presents an approach that uses the child's unique language patterns as a basis for reading, writing and spelling instruction. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Reading (Elementary), English language, Language experience approach... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byConsortium of Public Television Stations; Yale University. Films; PBS Video
Reviews how an Iowa third-grade class learned the realities of prejudice and discrimination through a class exercise, portrayed in the film ""Eye of the Storm"". Rejoins the teacher and her students 15 years later, as they share their observations on the experience. Introduces algorithms. Follows step-by-step procedures for solving problems, for addition and subtraction. Emphasizes understanding of the basic principles involved in each step of an arithmetic process rather... Topics: Elliott, Jane, Elliott, Jane, Elliott, Jane, Community Elementary School (Riceville, Iowa),...
byVassar College. Department of Child Study; New York University. Film Library
Demostrates a projective technique for the study of aggression and destruction in young children, showing how differently two children between four and five years of age from similar backgrounds respond to invitations to break balloons. Shows one child's rigid morality and strong resistance to his own destructive impulses in contrast with the other's easygoing, happy-go-lucky approach, with its casual acceptance of destruction Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Fighting (Psychology), Child psychology, Child developmental... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation